If you missed the EG Conference on inspiration and innovation, check out Cisco VP Marie Hattar’s recap in her blog, “No-Holds-Barred Inspiration.”
By Jason Kohn, Contributing Columnist
I’ve been intrigued by the amazing ways that people are using mobile phones in the developing world. From agriculture to banking to education, mobile connectivity is providing all sorts of services that would otherwise be out of reach, and helping to lift thousands of people out of poverty.
But one of the most interesting things about these mobile efforts is how many of them are aiming not just to provide direct services, but to help entrepreneurs help themselves – and thereby build stronger economies.
Consider your enterprise communication strategy. Now consider the role of video in that strategy. Is video critical, best effort, nice to have, or outside the scope of your communication strategy?
Business video comes in different flavors, shapes and sizes and there is no one answer for everybody. Your video requirements will vary depending on the size of your company, what you want to do with video, and how you want to do it. Let’s examine different types of business video and how the latest trends are impacting the future strategies of business video as it relates to communications across mobile and social platforms.
“In basketball – as in life – true joy comes from being fully present in each and every moment,” says former LA Lakers coach Phil Jackson, and sports fans couldn’t agree more. Today’s followers of the NBA are more present and informed, every minute of every game, than ever before.
In general, the NBA’s outreach, including its websites, mobile apps, TV, and radio broadcasting, saw dramatic increases in activity over the last year.. In 2011, about 75 petabytes of video was posted. Not surprisingly, NBA.com is now the #3 sports site on the web for video streams. Read More »
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What do you think of when you hear the word “innovation”? For me, it conjures up images of space flight, the wonder of the first distance communication, and the dizzying array of ways we’ve learned to use the network in the past 10 years. We’ve seen so much change, it’s sometimes hard to imagine what could come next. That’s why I’m excited that Cisco is delivering EG Everywhere—virtual access to the EG Conference series, which has been called “the premier gathering of innovators in art and science, media and technology, entertainment and education.” The bottom line: three days of unadulterated innovation and inspiration from April 12-14. Talk about finding new ways to recharge and reset.
To hear about the power of EG, click on the video below and listen to Cisco Senior Vice President Carlos Dominguez describe how last year’s EG conference impacted him.